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Rap Round Table: What Is Your Favorite Non-Rap Activity?

Some rappers happen to be thoughtful, intelligent people. Sometimes Rocks Off has some of them here discussing issues relevant to their culture.

This Week's Panel: Bun B, ESG, Delo, UZOY, Surreall, Les, Hollywood FLOSS, Eskabel, hasHBrown, Yves and more.

Not Invited: Plies again. That guy, sheesh.

This Week's Prompt: What is your favorite non-rap activity?

Delo: Bowling and humming the national anthem in empty soda water cans.

Surreall: Go-cart racing would have to be my fav. But I just went skydiving and that really tops everything.

Kyle Hubbard: Reading. Mostly comics.

Rap Round Table: Which ones?

KH: I stick to Batman mostly. There is a reason why those movies are so good. The source material they borrow from is brilliant.

Les: Cars.

RRT: What do you mean? Like, build them? Fix them? Eat them?

Hollywood FLOSS: Watching Parks and Recreation episodes.

Eskabel: Working out.

RRT: I probably could've guessed that, what with your arms looking like crocodile torsos.

hasHBrown: Easy. Playing golf.

Yves: Homemaking.

UZOY: Video games, XBOX in particular.

RRT: Which games?

U: Mass Effect 1-3, Call of Duty Black Ops, Left 4 Dead, Fallout 3.

RRT: I'm sad that I only know what one of those is.

U: Do yourself a favor and don't learn about them. That's about 120-plus in game hours combined.

D-Risha: I'm a huge horror movie buff, so I watch a lot of '80s slasher movies/sci-fi and anime.

ESG: PS3 online.

KAB: I play 2K [basketball video game] and smoke.

Dustin-Prestige: Origami.

Bun B: My granddaughter.

Scooyunda: Being a father.

Noon: I hike the trails at Memorial Park with my daughters. It's fun and free.


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